Hi to all,
I install from Yast2 from pattern tab .NET Development. I want to use mono develop (Similar to VB for linux). But I can’t find the launcher. Did I miss something? How do I launch mono develop?
Hi to all,
hi to all, what I can’t find is the monodevelop IDE. Do I need to download this from website?
If I do a “zypper search mono” from the command line I get about 110 packages listed.
It looks to me mono-core is what you are looking for:
> sudo zypper info mono-core Information for package mono-core: ---------------------------------- Repository : openSUSE:Tumbleweed Name : mono-core Version : 5.16.0-1.4 Arch : x86_64 Vendor : openSUSE Installed Size : 87.0 MiB Installed : No Status : not installed Source package : mono-core-5.16.0-1.4.src Summary : Cross-platform, Open Source, .NET development framework Description : The Mono Project is an open development initiative that is working to develop an open source, Unix version of the .NET development platform. Its objective is to enable Unix developers to build and deploy cross-platform .NET applications. The project will implement various technologies that have been submitted to the ECMA for standardization.
If you use the Firefox web browser,
You can install Monodevelop using the One-click Install on the following page, I recommend the Factrory repo
It should be OK to have the dotNET pattern installed first, IIRC one can install Monodevelop and it will bring in dotNET automatically as a dependency.
thanks for the help tsu2 and marel, I install using YSAt2 all .NET Development first. Then as tsu2 mentioned, download from link mondevelop IDE. Thanks.